Public Speaking 101 for Managers and Other Terrified Presenters

webinar Public Speaking 101 for Managers and Other Terrified Presenters

You Will Learn:

  • Non-verbal techniques to use and avoid
  • Simple breathing exercises to calm your nerves and help you succeed
  • Tips to help you recover if you lose focus
  • How to use personal storytelling to build audience rapport
  • Techniques to help you prepare for difficult questions
Watch the pre-recorded web conference
$269.00
 

Heights? No problem. Snakes? Who cares! Public speaking? Yikes!

Few are immune to the fear of public speaking.  In fact, speaking in front of a group is consistently ranked as one of the greatest - and most common - fears.

Unfortunately for managers, there will be many times when you must stand up and give an important presentation. In fact, your career success, and the success of important company initiatives may depend on it.

If talking in front of a group makes you ill, fearful or downright terrified, there are steps you can take to become a more polished and less anxious presenter.

Learning Objectives

This power-packed webinar provides you with tactics to help you 1) prepare for your presentation, 2) keep your audience’s attention, and 3) reduce your jitters. With a focus on dealing with nerves and anxiety, this practical program will also teach you “How to”-

  • Ask the right questions before the meeting or event (know your audience)
  • Deliver an impactful opening, message, and closing
  • Prepare and ground yourself in advance of a talk
  • Understand and get over your bad attitude toward public speaking
  • Determine what your audience already knows and focus your speech on what you want them to learn
  • Speak professionally even when the topic is not in your comfort zone

Plus, you’ll come away with specific approaches to improve how you perform at your next meeting or presentation, including:

  • Non-verbal techniques to use and avoid
  • Simple breathing exercises to calm your nerves and help you succeed
  • Tips to help you recover if you lose focus
  • How to use personal storytelling to build audience rapport
  • Strategies for managing and adhering to time constraints
  • Techniques to help you prepare for difficult questions

Product ID: 16300

Bonus Material

You also get Communication Skills for Managers: Tips, Techniques, and Best Practice Strategies to Communicate More Effectively – a $197 value – absolutely FREE!

This powerful resource gives you clear communication guidelines for:

  • Communicating with Employees
    • Understand Your Purpose
    • Written Communications
    • Verbal Communications
  • Communication from Employees
    • Soliciting Information From Employees
    • Open Door Policies
    • Employee Surveys
  • Listening and Learning from Others (Active Listening)
  • Case Study: Communication Skills
  • Managing Up
    • Strategies For A Positive Relationship With Your Manager
    • Understanding What Your Manager Needs From Your Team
    • Effectively Getting What You Need From Your Manager To Develop and Strengthen Your Team
    • Sharing Your Team: How To Be A Team Player and Still Achieve Department Goals
  • Managing Out: Standing Up for Your Team
    • Be Your Department’s Ambassador To The Rest Of Your Organization
    • How To Effectively Represent Your Team
    • How To Protect Your Team When Work from Other Department Infringes On Their Performance

Plus, this quick and easy must-read eBook is full of the tips, techniques, and the practices you need to effectively communicate the messages you’re trying to get across and the results you want to achieve.

Finally, Discover How to Reduce Your Anxiety and Improve Your Performance!

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Faculty

Brian Stampfl
Brian Stampfl
Author, The Kick Ass College Guide to Presentations

Brian Stampfl is the author of “The Kick Ass College Guide to Presentations.” His experience spans over twenty years to include work as a speaker, teacher, police academy instructor, and other specialized training. Brian is a former adjunct faculty member of Seattle University where he taught a course on Crime Scene Investigation and continues as a frequent guest lecturer and advisor to Seattle University’s Criminal Justice Department.

Continuing Education Units

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    HRCI – Receive 1.25 recertification credit hours toward PHR and SPHR recertification through the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI). For more information about certification or recertification, please visit the HRCI homepage at www.hrci.org.

    “The use of this seal is not an endorsement by the HR Certification Institute of the quality of the program. It means that this program has met the HR Certification Institute’s criteria to be pre-approved for recertification credit.”

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